Answer each question with only the information from the film. No outside sources.
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Who paid for the “pedestal” that displayed the gift from France? What did this statue represent to New York, our country and even the world? Do you think this statue still has the same meaning today?
Who was Jacob Riis? What drew him to the slums of New York City? What was his book and why was it so powerful? How did New Yorks seem to respond to his book? How do you think Riis’s message is connected to Social Justice issues in our county today?
ype I fibers are slow-twitch fibers and can endure long periods of exercise as they are highly resistant to fatigue. They are comprised of myosin heavy-chain (MyHC) type I. Type IIx fibers are fast-twitch fibers and are a subset or the fast twitch muscles which contain type IIa and type IIb. Type IIx fibers are the strongest and lowest endurance abibity as they fatigue much easier. Their composition differs from Type I fibers as they are composed of MyHC type IIx. It has been reported that a less than 27% of fiber type I proportionality is regarded as unusually low. Additionally, an amount of fiber type IIX that is greater than 29% is regarded as unusually large (Barreiro and Gea, 2016). In cases where the subject suffers from COPD, the amount of type I fibers are significantly lower than that of a healthy individual. Also a greater amount of type IIb fibers are present, thus demonstrating why COPD sufferers possess greater muscular fatigability and a lack of endurability (Whittom et al., 1998). Muscle dysfunction and wastage are major systemic manifestations in COPD. Patients’ respiratory and limb muscles are often impaired and this adds to defective muscle function, low exercise ability and poorer health in general. Diminishing muscle fiber cross-sectional area is largely an accepted distinguisher of muscle atrophy and may be an indication of mortality associated with COPD (Gouzi et al., 2013). Hyperinflation is another crucial aspect of COPD as hyperinflated lungs may lead to consequential destructive breathing issues. This is displayed by advancements in COPD symptoms following lung volume reduction surgery. Static and dynamic processes may both lead to hyperinflation in COPD, static being caused by a decline in elasticity as a result of emphysema. Dynamic hyperinflation is as a result of exercise and is found present more frequently and is caused by air becoming trapped in the lungs as a result of an imbalance in the volumes of air inhaled and exhaled (Ferguson, 2006). Inadequate exhalation generates continuous air retention referred to as ‘air trapping’, consequently leading to dyspnea (O’Donnell and Laveneziana, 2006).>GET ANSWER